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ST. JOHN; NICW IIHINSWICK
'P'HE Canadian Province of New Brunswick, because
of the attractiveness of its scenery, the abun-
dance of its fish and game, the unrivalled facilities for
boating, canoeing and camping, the cheapness of
these attractions and their accessabiUty, must continue
to grow more and more popular with those looking
for any or all of these important elements to an enjoy-
able and successful vacation. The climate is bracing
and equable. Most interesting historical associations
cluster about the early days when French and English
struggled for supremacy and the trade of the red
man. Good board can be secured in lovely and
picturesque centres and at beautiful sea shore resorts,
at prices cheaper than anywhere else on the continent.
That these advantages are yearly becoming appre-
ciated, the steadily growing summer travel to the
All sportsmen know that New Brunswick is the
land of big game and that more and bigger moose
KSNNEBICAUS, EOTHBSAV, N. B.
are yearly killed in its forests than in any other section
either of Canada or the United States, and that there
are deer, caribou, bear and smaller game, as well as
wildfowl, such as geese, ducks, partridges, woodcock
and snipe to be had in abundance. The Restigouche
is the most famous salmon river in the world, and its
greatest rivals are other New Brunswick rivers.
The forests, rivers, lakes and streams of the province
lure the hunter, fisherman and canoeist with promise
of the finest sport whether with gun or rod.
If your desire is to camp, canoe, fish or hunt, tut
New Brunswick Tourist Association will put you in
communication with guides who are reliable and
trustworthy. Write the Secretary stating your
A NKW BRUNSWICK TROUT
French Acadians, descendants of thoie hardy and
intrepid pioneers who first settled this region, inhabit
a large section of the province, speaking their native
tongue and maintaining in a measure the manners
and traditions of their ancestors.
Historic The summer tourist will find a visit
Interest among their beautiful and pictur-
esque settlements along the upper
St. John or on the North Shore one of the pleasures
of a lifetime and will carry away most pleasant
memories and a keen appreciation of the important
part the Acadians are playing in the agricultural and
HQNUHBNT TO SAHUItl. DS CIUMPLAIN, DISCOVBRXK OI' TH«
^SAINT JOHN, ON QUBBN SfiUARE, ST. JOHN
SUSPENSION UIUDGS AT ST. JOHN OVER REVERSING PALLS
DARK LINE ON ROCKS SHOWS HEIGHT TO WHICH
TIDE RISES WHEN FALL REVERSES
industrial lif^ of Canada. Aside altogether from the
people, a visit to either of the sections mentioned is
well worth while because of the beauty of the scenery.
The Grand Falls on the St. John river are second only
to Niagara on the American continent, while the gorge,
though not comparable in size with that of Niagara,
is far wilder and more picturesque. Along the North
Shore is seacoast scenery unrivalled on this continent.
From Boston, New Brunswick may be reached in
a few hours by the All-rail Line, Boston & Maine
Maine Central and Canadian Pacific Railways, or by
the palatial steamers of the Eastern Steamship Com-
pany, and from Montrea' by either
How to the Canadian Pacific or Intercolonial
Qet There Railways, if the tourist should be
in Nova Scotia, it is but a two hours
voyage in a fine steamer of the Dominion Atlantic
Railway across the Bay of Fundy from the Land of
Evangeline, or an all-rail ride on the Intercolonial.
St. John, the chief commercial city of New
Brunswick, has many attractions. The tides in the
harbor, which have a variation of t,venty to twenty-
seven feet, produce a phenomenon on the water front
that astonishes a id surprises the
City of visitor, who is also interested in
St. John the craft of all nations loading cargo
at the wharves. The remarkable
Reversing Falls have no counterpart in the world.
With t.'ch turn of the tide the cataract turns. Some-
times there is a fall up-river, sometimes a fall down
stream, and at other times a placid surface over which
a canoe or racing shell can be sailed with safety. This
City was founded by the United Empire Loyalists,
who, refusing to join in the American Declaration of
Independence, abandoned their homes and moved to
Canada. Among their cherished possessions was the
Coat of Arms formerly over the State House in New
York. This to-day <x;cupies a place of prominence
boar's H8AD, ST. JOHN RIVBR
in Trinity church, and is an object of interest to many
visitors to the ity. Kven greater historical interest
attaches to the defense of her husband's fortress by
Madame La Tour, the wife of a French trader and
adventurer. Her story, so graphically told in Whit-
tier's beautiful poem, "St. John," is one of the noblest
as well as one of the saddest in the pages of the early
history of the country, but almost every section has
its local history and traditions.
With a summer temperature that never exceeds
eighty degrees, excellent hotel accommodation, beain i
BROWN'S BBACH AT ST. MARTIN'S, N. B.
ful streets, buildings and parks, St. John is a
natural centre from which tourists branch out in
all directions over the Maritime Provinces. Ten
miles from St. John in one direction is beautiful
Loch Lomond; nine miles in another, the charming
village of Rothesay; and twelve miles in another is
lovely Westfield on the St. John River; while closer
at hand is the Bay Shore and Duck Cove, reached by
the street cars, with a giorious outlook over the Bay,
and fine opportunities for surf bathing. St. John in the
winter season is one uf the busiest ports on liie Allan-
tic seaboard, for then great ocean steamers that in
summer ply to Quebec and Montreal on the St. T aw-
rence come to this ice-free harbor to discharge and
Rev. T. deWitt Talmage once described the
St. John river as "the Rhine and the Hudson com-
mingled in one scene of beauty and grandeur." Many
other writers have dwelt on the beauties of this noble
and magnificent river. All summer touribts to
New Brunswick should make the voyage on the St. John
PASSSNGBR STBAMSR ON ST. JOHN lUVBR
River between St. John and Fredericton, and if
time will permit should take side trips on the tributary
rivers and lakes, also traversed by steamers.
rOSSIL ROCK, DALHOUSII, N. 1.
VIEW ON GREBN RIVSR, MADAWASKA COUNTY WRW BRUNSWICK.
Fredericton, the capital of New "-unswick, reached
either by steam or rail, is a very beautiful city. It
contains the Parliament buildings, University and Pro-
vincial Normal School and the Church
Fredericton of England Cathedral, one of thf.
The purest specimens of Gothic archite-jt-
Capital ure on the Continent. The strfts
are level and shaded with beautiful
trees. Old Government House is a quaint structure
PAH VAIU, N. W. MIKAHICHI, H. B.
of tiistoric interest. Across the river are tlie towns
of Gibson and St. Marys, and three miles up the Nash-
war': stream. from Gibson is Marysville. Fredericton
is o great canoeing, fishing and shooting centre.
CHARLO VALLS, N. B.
Above Fredericton, on the St. John River, are
Woodstocli, Grand Falls and Edmundston, and a
game country that is famous the world over.
The North Shore of New Brunswick comprises the
counties of Northumberland, Gloucester and Resti-
gouchc, famous as resorts for sportsmen. The Mira-
micbi, Nq>inguit and Restigouche are world-famed
salmon rivers, while the deep woods are the haunts of
big game, and the seaward shores the
The North homes of wild fowl. The Miramichi,
Shore with its pretty towns of Chatham
and Newcastle, and villages along
the shore, is a truly noble river. Bathurst, at the
SSK1DI1,I,00, NBAR CHIPMAN
mouth of the Nepisiguit, and Dalhousie and Campbell-
ton on the Restigouche, are most attractive resorts.
The Intercolonial Railway, owned and operated by
the Canadian Government, traverses this portion of
the Province, which tourists will find is one of the
A DAY'S DUCK SHOOTING ON THE KSNNBBBCASU
most delightful in the whole country, the seubore
retorts being particularly attractive to the summer
visitor seeking beautiful beaches and cool breezes.
On the Bay of Fundy, are many places which also
have special charms for the tourist. Chief of these is
St. Andrews, with its famous Algon-
Bay quin Hotel, the fmest summer resort
of rundy in Canada, managed by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company, a guaran-
tee that it is of the best, and Chamcook Lake, with its
gamey land locked salmon. The beautiful island of
A MIRAMICHl BEAR.
Campobello with the Campobello Inn, is another
popular and well conducted resort The island of
Grand Manan also is worthy of a visit and those who
desire salt breezes will find these places unrivalled
both in the beauty of the scenery and the attractive-
ness of the surroundings. Otiier towns along the
coast are St. Stephen, on the International border,
St. George, the centre of probably the finest fishing
region in the Province, excepting only the North Shore;
St. Martins, where there is one of the most magnificent
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beaches along the whole Atlantic coast and excellent
accommodations for summer tourists at moderate
rates. Still further up the bay are Hillsboro, Hopewell,
Albert and Alma. The wonderful rocks at Hopewell
Cape, sculptured into many curious shapes by wave
and tide, are a source of interest and wonderment to
all who see them.
INLAND BORE, MONCTON, N. B.
Other most attractive points for the visitor to New
Brunswick are Sussex, where the local militia camps
each summer; Moncton, the railroad centre and ter-
minal of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway now
being built across the Continent. Here the famous
CAPa BRULS BBACH, SHBDIAC, N. B.
tidal bore of the Petitcodiac River may be seen;
Sackvilte, a pretty university town, on the border of
the great Tantramar -narshes; Richihucto, Buctouche
and other Kent County centres where there are mag-
nificent beaches and beautiful scenery . Shediac, and
Point du Chene, the point of departure to Prince
Edward Island, are also resorts yearly drawing more
ASHBURTON HEAD, GRAND HANAN, N, B.
LANDING 3 VB. SALMON ON PORTAGS RIVER, KBNT CO., N. B.
^ttn |[irun<lmtk tEouriatt SilMadatian
His Honor The Lieutenant Governor.
All Executive Members of the Provincial Governinenl.
His Worship The Mayor.
The President of the Board of Trade.
W. B. Howard, Dist. Pass. Agt., C. P. R.
J. M. Lyons, Gen. Pass. Agt., I. C. R.
A. C. CuRRlE. D. A. R.
Dr. G. U. Hay, W. S. Fisher
R. S. Orchard, S.S. Champlain.
L. R. Thompson, Trav. Freight and Pass. Agt., E. S. ,S. Co.
W. G. Lee, Agt. E. S. S. Co.
Frank B. Ellis, President.
T. Q. Dowlino, 1st Vice-President.
J. H. Bond 2nd Vice-President.
A. C. CURRIE Treasurer.
F. A. Dykbman ..Auditor.
Annie E. Tingev, Secretary.
W. F. Hatheway, M.P.P. T. H. Bullock
A. O. Skinner. D. R. Jack.
E. a. Smith. r. T. Haves.
W. E. Raymond, J. M. Roche.
W. E. Foste-;
CnreMi' Infonniitiai Vrriiu. 9a*t» o( Crakt Xmhh
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Tourist literature, railwaj^ and steamboat folders and time
tables can be had on application to the secretary.
Complete lists of hotels and boarding houses, both in the
city and throughout the province, as well as hunting and fish-
ing resorts, with rates and other information, are kept on file.
139-113 OERMAIR SfKfiET
ST. JOHR, HEW BRUNSWICK
Newly furnished and re-opened under
new and capable management. Peerless
cuisine. From"7"At- C»;>o/a" a command-
ing view of the harbor, city and surround-
ings may be obtained.
RATES : $8.00 TO S3.00 PER DAY
H. E. Gheen, Manager
THE BELLE VIEW
Rotht«.y, Kin«. Co., N. B. Beautifully situated on the Kennehecafit
River, nine miles from St. Jolm over tlie Inlereolonial Ri-ilway, A chann-
ing summer resort for those seekin, rest and health. Fine boating and
bathmi; beautiful drives and shady waUs. Rates $2.00 per day, »12.00
per weeit. For further particulars address as above.
St. ANURBits kv thb Ssa. Rnchcd bv
the CBHRdian Pacific Rnilwav. An iflcnm-
parnble rcmat; a rx-rrtct health resi.rt.
Kcilowncd for beautiful scenery. Beautiful
aea-bathlns m tepid waters for children
as well as adults. Rates. M.fiO per day
and upward . with special inducements for
those makina prulunKcd stays.
THC INN — One of the most charmins
and the moat unique resorts to be found any
where. It is situated close to the ocean
Rates, JJ.BO a day and upward.
THE CAMPOBCLLO INN, CAMPOBCLLO, N ■
was'J.ii™V''^i'^ excepliomil attractions to summer tourists. The house
^taSf.""?' ""i'" """■■ -■' « ^ «'"" P.^mSJSd^Ba;""d
adjacent waters o«er unsurpa«ied oooortunitie. for ^ilim hStL- i^
wl.iJh?.'^^^"" •»'"■'<' emprises ten thousand acres, the llrSer liit of
which ■»«■'" up to a Forest Pr.«. ve traversed by r™ds, trail! andh-idle
Sf...!;. S .1>' ""'^" hourly trips to Eastport, Maine ine^Sle
??»?? V S?°r~<'™ 'J"? "jtb the Washinitton -ounly brai^nf the Mjine
S.i'"l.?'*S"'"? ""^ '■« *"' modem turbine steamshim of the R^fiSJ
N*w modrm hotel, with latest iniprnvi-nirnt*; l(mB.*diBiaiicr telephone
In every room; liaht-d throughout with <-lrctricity; private bath* and
beautifully furnished roomi; lervice and chef beat money can procure
Hotel Touraine, Limited, Chatham, N. B.. A. U. MacKinnon, Secretary.
THE CARLISLE, WOODSTOCK
Wooditock, on the St. John River, is the very centre of the game and
fithing reKH'b of the Province, and an ideal spot for the tourist, with its
beautiful scenery, mssni&ccnt drives, uud uppurtuiiittcs fui iKtj:ctilii>u
and r^t. "The Carlisle" is a modern, up-to-date hotel, centrally located,
and 1. -class in every respect. The best natural golf links in the Ifaritimc
Provinces open to guests of the hotel. Rooms with bath if required. Rates.
$2.50 to *3.00. C. J. Tabor, Proprietor.
WCL&ON HOUSI, SHCOIAC. N. ■.
SiluHU'd on ih*- NorthiimtMrlatid Siruil. Kmchrd by IiiUTc-<il<iiiiu1 utii)
Canadian Pacific Railwiiy, and by nii-uint-r from Prinrr Kdward Iidand
daily. t>iw "f Ihc U-sl Bummrr usurt^ in th* Marilimi- I'roviiicru, Nk*
shadrd grounds, Irnnlft lawnn, vie. ^H'a bathinu ami siNid iMtatlnv. Nice
airy r(H>ms. Trout, basn and mackiTfl fiahing in •w-.iMin. AImi durinc tbr
open game heunon. ni«Hi«-, deer, pitriridgf, duck and wtMidcock. Ralen
per d«y, SlMi to J2.00. SiK-cial rales by the week. Jas. Ii. Wildon,
THE ST. MARTINS HOTEL
This commodious hotel is situated within five minutes walk from the
R. R. sUtion and the beach. The rooms are airy and the service excellent
rates are tl.AO per day. with special rates by the week. Free carriage
mecia all trains. A tine livery is connected with the hotel and single or
double teams can be engaged by the hour or day at a low price. For terms
and PMTticulars. address James Schoales, Prop., St. Martins, N. B.
WHALE COVE FARM HOUSE
An Idrtil Hp«>t fur Ihr ItiuriNl. with fine ii)i|Mtri)initi< > for Imlhiiiv. driving
flMhinB. A ciiinforlahlr furm hnuw with Oir Ih-aI of tubU- biiurd und pleas,
tint rtHinis. (>ruml Mnniin in mtchcd l>v dirt-ct ^ii-nmrr "Auntm" wrrklv
from SI. Jiihn. ir by KanliTn SlfLiniiihip l.inr lo Kanliiort. und ihrm'f ucroto
by "Auroru." H<itiM> ia tiituutrd l* of ii mile fmm Htrunitr lunding. Trrma
pt!T wrrk. fStW und 90.(NI with rfusonubk riilt-s fur children. I-'or further
in(urnialt»n, writf tn Mrn. Su-phrn Thrmiui, Whali- Cc.vc Pn- ' House-
North llrud. Orund Hanan. N. H.
BONNY RIVER HOUSE
A new. COI-. ortable and wcll-equipfied hotel, 100 yards from the New Bruns-
wick Southi -1 Railway Station at Bonny River. Gfiod livery in connection
ozy and coi -enlcnt fishing and hunting lodges at McDougall.Digdeguaah and Red
Rock Lakes, from two to twelve miles from
H hotel, at each of which a. thoroughly competent
roan cook in kept during the season, Good boats
and canoes at all lakes. Trout fishing in the
Mag3£ijadav!f Valley rrginn if. unexcelled. Dur-
ing the open game season, moose, deer, bear,
partridge and woodcock are abundant. Care-
i'll and experienced guides furnished. Pu'l
outfits for canoeing and tenting trips on Maga*
guadavic River and connecting streams. Rates
at hotel or one of the lodges, S2.00 per day.
For services of guide, with boat or canoe, board
- included. $2,50 to $3.00 per day. Cor. solicited,
If you want to nivr travcllins tim«r, iind ipriid m.irr <<f your vacatMiti
ill thr wood«. let me tell you o( my facilities. Your postal <»rd will brim
partk-ulars. I have ii chain nf camps in thr heart of NfW nrunawick'i
bMt game cminlry. «nd urn leasee of Cains Kivt-r, thv Ih«i trout stream in
the Province. 1 have hia game hunters and ftthernun Biiides alway,
ready witli coinpU-u- outfiln, excepting rillei, iinil my rate* are no higher
than othf 1- without my niutpment. l-itirature will be ifladly mailed you,
and referciM-en given to promiiivut hunUr-i in tlio rniiiii State*. W. H
Allen, I'enniac. N H.. Canada
TTI^Sn IHl,A?en CAMP5 MAGAGUADAVIC LAKKS
Three island camps on Magaguaaavic Lakes; tiic ..i.tsi Dcautiful stretch
of fresh water in New Brunswick; camps are built of peeled logs, clean
and roomy; meals served in dining camps; good trout fishmg. canw trips,
and hunting, the latter including duck, snipe, partridge, and all smau game.
as well as moote, deer and bear; portiea are conveyed to and from campc
by motor boat; chagrea reasonable: write for particulars to Adam Moore
ft Son, Scott's Mills, York Co., N. B.
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Sminson's Misses Simpson. ...
Rubins, Mrs. J. Rubins.
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g™;3 S^i' Curl,™ House aJLcm\i;,. ! ! ! I ! iloO
Grand Huum .. .Marathon. jas Pettes 1 "
" .... Whale Coye Farm ■'"•""'• »
Hamosinrf v..S^^ Mrs.Stephen Thomas. 1.00
Hampstead Vanwart's Isaac Vanwart 1.80
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Brunamck Geo. HcSweeney
N.-~«l. AT""*^^- Wm. Wilson
Newcactlc Hiraniichi 2 on tn
Norton Campbell's fSo IS,
2^^" Ri.«»ide M,..j.E.stoek;;::: i.loto
pfrfS!,«; 5°>'f' J*"" Conway 1 SO
KlCblbUCtO Kent Qeo Irvine I iS
"""i™"' Bell. View....:;: :g~A.'KSiy.:::;- -
SSK?*';' Mrs. Jo.. Kennedy.
Riverside ^^^^' T.B. Robert.
°"',V" SlSS'"'^ *■ I-e»er»nce 1 .SO
s, ..j~_: fKi.'- .1 *'•*■ Ford 2.00
St "n~,™ ■ ■^'V^^' ■ *■ Kennedy*
St. Stephen . . .
Shediac Cape. '.
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WoodsioclE. . . .
St. Hartiiu J, Schoalra
SSS?'*°°" "r..J.ine.'wtah;A;. _._.
S*"*" W. F. Nlchol«>n 2.00
aS^-WeV. "".J. Smith 2:88
25*?"H"™« i. D. wridiw;.':.'::; i.jsto
Ti.C«lirte CJ.T«b<» J.SOto
Gulf of St. lawrence
Bale de Chaleur
Straits of Northumberland^
Bras d'or Lakes
BACKED BY PINE AND SPRUCE FORESTS
FINE SEA BATHING. BEAUTIFUU SCENERY.
of BIG GAME
Moose, Caribou, Deer, Bear
are invariably successful .
for Salmon, Tiout und
All Deep Sea Fishes
find the waters of K
Publications givlnj^ full particulars are issued by
Write for fi*; copies to
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BOSTON & IMIIKHiMIK CaTUl-HI/UIADUl PA6IFI0
ALL RAIL LINB
DimCT ROUTI SITWIfH
All Pointi in the Haw England States
HEW BRUNSWICK— NOVA SCOTIA
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
CAPE BRETON AND NEWFOUNDLAND
TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
BVS«V WSBK DAT
BBTWEEH BOSTOH AUD ST. JOHN, H. B.
AND f^RLOR CARS
e. M. buhtt. wiluam stitt. p. e. aooTHBv.
•. p. A., •. A M. Rv. a. P. A. e.v. ht. •. p. a.i m. a. hv.
■OBtOM, Mft««. MONTMIAl, ««l|. PORTLAN*. Mt
Eastern Steamship Company
E iNTKRNATtONAl. HOUTB
OFTCR* TO THE
Tvio lines of splendidly equip-
ped and modem Steamships
between BOSTON, PORT-
LAND and New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward
Island, Cape Breton Island and
Direct Service durins.thc Summer Sesaon from about June 20tfa to
about October 1st.
Time bttweni Botton and St. John only 19 boun.
CoaitwiM KTvlce the year round via Pwtknd and Baatport.
NEW TURBINE STEEL 8TEAM8HIK
THOROUCHLV MODERN EQUIPTMENT
SPLENDID FACILITIES UNEQUALUD SERVICE
Inquire of your nearest Ticket or Tourist ALent, or write to
Qeneral Passenser Agent, for Tim ; Tables, illusuvted literature and
comidFte information conccminc Pares, Schedules, Connections,
Hotck, Camps, Otiides, Rctocts, cte.
Calvin Austin, C. e. Buown,
PKCSIDKnT. ftKMCHAL VSaBKNaSR AOCMT
POSTERS WNARF. BOSTON. MASS.
'\ RAILWAY ■"
Take your " Lady of the Beeches "
And your rifie aqd your line
THESE NAMES ARE SYNONVUOUS WITH
Dominion Atlantic Railway
DOMINION ATUNTIC RAILWAY STEAMSHIP LINES
DIRECT FROM BOSTON
Ask us for informatiua ft Clubs, Camps, Hotels, Lajtn,
Strefttns aad Meadows, with which these Sister Provinces
abound. Let ua enffage or put you in commuiucafion
with a competent guide. ::::*.:::::
J. r. MA«TIMS.
R. U. PAMKU,
• KM. paaa. AacNT,
Washington Count y Railway
THE TIR THAT BIHDS
Porlland, Bangor, Bar Harbor, Calais
Kast|Kirl & other Ntw England Points
St. Andrews, St. George, St. John,
LamptxitieMo, Grand Manan, and other
New Brunswicic Points. : : : ■ .
Two Through Tnini Daily. Quick Dkpiteh.
Pullnun Buffat Sorrica.
fin.1. INFORMATION KI.RNlshBD UPON APIXICATION
Vtet-^mtm. PORTLAND, Mc.
a. W. MiiLla,
***""«"e<*l. •ttfWT. CALAIS, Ml
r. C. SOOTHBY,
■ N'LMAA. AOT., POaTLANO, Mc.
gbe Saint flPartlns 'KatLwag dompany
THE BAY OF FUNDY
Grand Scenery. Excellent Fishing and Hunting.
S«a Bathing. Hotel and Private Board at raatonable ratee
For Time Tables, Touriit Books and other
St. martlm Railway empmi, $t 5o^«. n.B.
W E. SKILLEN. tT. MARTINS. N. ■.
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